Experienced Home Inspector
In order to not buy a money pit, it is crucial that the potential home buyer is aware of issues that are going to cost major dollars down the road. Being one of the largest investments you will ever make, it is important to be confident that you’re making the right decision.
Some of the major areas an inspector should be looking for include: general construction, foundation, exterior, heating and cooling systems, plumbing, electrical, interior, baths, kitchens, roofs, and attached structures.
The importance of hiring a professional cannot be understated in this process. Make sure your inspection company belongs to credited business bureaus and associations and always be sure to read reviews and testimonials from the experience of their past clients.